Briefs - May 10, 2017
Fire crews quickly extinguished a burning shed at the Tonasket School District Monday afternoon.
A status conference is set for May 15 for the man accused of shooting a gun at Brewster businessman Cass Gebbers in September 2016.
Briefs for May 3, 2017.
At a ceremony in the Capitol Rotunda this afternoon, 49 Washington State Patrol troopers were sworn in by the Associate Chief Justice of the state Supreme Court Mary E. Fairhurst.
About 10 people showed up April 20 for a scaled-back meeting called by U.S. Rep. Dan Newhouse to hear constituent concerns.
Three people – two men and a 14-year-old girl – have been charged in Okanogan County Superior Court with first-degree assault in the stabbing of another man.
The state House of Representatives has passed a resolution honoring longtime Colville tribal leader Mel Tonasket.
The Okanogan County PUD is responding to an unplanned power outage in the Highway 20, Malott and Twisp areas.
Phillip Law, a member of Boy Scout Troop 52 and a resident of Omak, has earned his Eagle Scout designation.
The monthly snow survey has confirmed what most people already know: There’s been a ton of rain and show lately.
The Colville Confederated Tribes is offering $10 a head for northern pike caught in the Columbia River above Grand Coulee Dam, the Spokane River upstream to Little Falls or the Kettle River.
Work to reopen the North Cascades Highway continues, but state officials say the state’s northernmost Cascades crossing won’t be open until sometime after Memorial Day.
Cody Meyer loved hiking at Wallace Falls in Gold Bar, and lighting off fireworks on the Fourth of July.
There’s no room for expansion. That’s the message city planner Kurt Danison brought before the city council and a handful of local residents regarding a potential annexation of about 78.06 acres south of town.
- Conconully resort
- Responsible spending
- Love that dam
- Is it vandalism?
- No new dam site
- Better notifications
- Caught in the act
- ATV lawsuit
- Change in management
- CEO resigns